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I was nationally ranked as a junior in singles, went to Pepperdine for tennis, and played challengers back in the 90's as well. I have played competitively off and on over the years as well as taught and given lessons. I now play men's 35s in Socal - mostly singles, but some doubles and mixed at the 5.0,5.5 or open level. In the meantime, hit me up for a match or even just to rally. I have also given private lessons aorund SoCal, so if you are looking for help or instruction with your game feel free to contact me.
Favorite pro tennis player(s):
OLD SCHOOL: Rod Laver, Sven Davidson, Stan Smith, Bjorn Borg, Johnny Mac, Mats Wilander, Martina & Chrissie, Steffi, Tom Leonard, Rick Leach/Tim Pawsat/Jim Pugh, The Panchos, The Jensens, The Dents, Pete, Andre, Lindsey, Chang, Muster, Hewitt and Guga. NEW SCHOOL:: Federer, Nole, Monfils, Raonic, Murray, Capra, Garcia, Rus, Clijsters, Henin, Querrey, Isner, Sock, Young, Fish, Harrison, Gilles Simon, "Dog" Dolgopolov and of course Jo-Wilfred Tsonga,
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):
Mountain Gate - Corona, Shady Canyon-Newport, Arcadia Park, Sierra Madre Park, West Newport Park by the water @56th, Newport Beach Tennis Club, Palisades Club, LA Tennis Club, Los Caballeros, Claremont Club, Industry Hills, West Covina Raquet club....and the clay in Irvine.
Hey Steve, Solid 5.0 player here, used to practice a lot with D1 college players in the midwest. Have a passion for the game, work hard but also like having fun on the court. Was wondering if you are interested to hit some balls sometime, either during or after the holidays. Hit me up if you are interested. If you accept my friend request, we can exchange ph-numbers.
We play ad.. Situation is my partner teaches a lot and he's always throwing out his back.
I also would like to travel to other events and play and he doesn't have the time.I grew up in Hawaii and would like to play in a tourny out there if possible. I played pro baseball for several years and tennis in college but baseball took all my time. I'm very competitive and like to play he best guys out there
wow iv'e been sick for two weeks with a cold but feeling better. I play during the week in Walnut next to Mt Sac college And sometimes on the weekends.These guys play every day there! I own a restaurant in Chino Hills so it works for me to play in the late mornings. Julio is an ex- davis cup guy and some Div 1 guys too... they're all really good. I also have two courts and a gm at my house if you want to hit here too. I live near Corona..The Preserve in Chino off the 71 fwy. Give me a call when your ready to come out. my email is email@example.com talk to you soon.
Steve r u available to play weekday mornings from 10-12 or so, I looking for a doubles partner. I play against very good players a few Ex Davis Cupers? The tennis there is very competitive and my partner is injured. If not could you turn me on to someone that could?
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